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The Day They Walked The Earth

by Corrupted Suburbs

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Time Lapse 02:12
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A.M. 04:50
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Underoath 04:29
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Understars 02:55
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Hollow 04:11
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Sedated 05:03
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Fort Knox 03:32
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Sundown 03:53
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Fading 06:24
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about

Inspired by the rythm of life, by contrasts and symbiosis,
by what lie inside each and everyone of us and what lie pass the horizon,
Corrupted Suburbs provide a soundtrack, a cinematographic music where electronic,
electric and acoustic sonorities melt to create a surprisingly efficient and captivating amalgam.

After the release of a first album in 2004 influenced by techno music,
industrial, metal and ambient sonorities, the Corrupted Suburbs member line-up rapidly expanded,
providing an even more complex and textured adaptation of the original sound
that would now take place on stage in the form of a captivating audio-visual experience.

Highly acclaimed by local crowd and medias when they opened for Israel trance
legend Astral Projection and industrial music pioneers KMFDM and Frontline Assembly,
Corrupted Suburbs then shared some tour dates with europeen bands Punish Yourself
and Mass Hysteria during their respective tour in North American ground in 2008.

Corrupted Suburbs since started the production of a new album and hitted
the stage of the 2009 edition of North America's biggest electro-noise-industrial festival,
Kinetik. Corrupted Suburbs continued to show that with professionalism,
originality and charisma, it's a band worth discovering.

Corrupted Suburbs is presently finishing working on a new album that will be released on november 10th 2010.

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released October 21, 2013

Limited Edition 100 copies (Digipack)

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GSP Moscow, Russia

Independent label founded in 2013 and based in Moscow. Also known as GS Productions and GSP.

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